Teen Titans Go! See Space Jam
|Teen Titans Go! See Space Jam|
|Directed by||Peter Rida Michail|
|Produced by||Peggy Regan|
|Written by||Brady Klosterman|
|Based on||Characters appearing in comic books published|
by Warner Bros.
|Edited by||Melissa Bailey|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Home Entertainment|
Teen Titans Go! See Space Jam is a television animated superhero sports comedy film, and a crossover between the television series, Teen Titans Go!, which is from the DC Comics superhero team of the same name, and the 1996 live-action/animated film, Space Jam. The events of the film take place during the seventh season of Teen Titans Go!. It premiered on Cartoon Network on June 20, 2021, and will be released digitally on July 27, 2021.
The Teen Titans are visited by the Nerdlucks, the Space Jam villains who tried to capture Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes. Astonished to discover his fellow Titans have never seen Space Jam, Cyborg organizes an exclusive watch party.
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Outside Space Jam
- Scott Menville as Robin
- Hynden Walch as Starfire
- Tara Strong as Raven
- Greg Cipes as Beast Boy
- Khary Payton as Cyborg
- John DiMaggio as Bupkus and Nawt
- Fred Tatasciore as Pound, Blanko, and Bang
Within Space Jam
Some of the film's live-action cast play fictional versions of themselves:
- Michael Jordan as himself
- Wayne Knight as Stan Podolak, a publicist and assistant who helps Jordan.
- Theresa Randle as Juanita Jordan, Michael's supportive wife.
- Bill Murray as himself, a golfing buddy of Jordan.
- Larry Bird as himself
- Manner Washington as Jeffrey Jordan, Jordan's son.
- Eric Gordon as Marcus Jordan, Jordan's son.
- Penny Bae Bridges as Jasmine Jordan, Jordan's daughter
- Charles Barkley as himself
- Shawn Bradley as himself
- Patrick Ewing as himself
- Larry Johnson as himself
- Muggsy Bogues as himself
- Billy West as Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
- Dee Bradley Baker as Daffy Duck, Tasmanian Devil, and Bull
- Danny DeVito as Swackhammer, the proprietor of the intergalactic theme park Moron Mountain who seeks new attractions to save his failing business.
- Bob Bergen as Porky Pig, Tweety, Marvin the Martian, Herbie and Bert
- Bill Farmer as Sylvester, Yosemite Sam, and Foghorn Leghorn
- June Foray as Granny
- Maurice LaMarche as Pepé Le Pew
- Kath Soucie as Lola Bunny, a female bunny who plays for the Tune Squad whom Bugs falls in love with. Lola is a new Looney Tunes character who is first introduced through this film.
- Jocelyn Blue as Nerdluck Pound, the aggressive orange leader.
- Charity James as Nerdluck Blanko, the dim-witted blue member.
- June Melby as Nerdluck Bang, the neurotic green member.
- Catherine Reitman as Nerdluck Bupkus, the eccentric purple member.
- Colleen Wainwright as:
- Nerdluck Nawt, the smallest yet scheming red member.
- Dorian Harewood as Monstar Bupkus, he becomes big and muscular after stealing the talent from Larry Johnson.
- Joey Camen as Monstar Bang, he becomes big and muscular after stealing the talent from Patrick Ewing.
- T. K. Carter as Monstar Nawt, he becomes human-size after stealing the talent from Muggsy Bogues.
- Darnell Suttles as Monstar Pound, he becomes big and muscular after stealing the talent from Charles Barkley.
- Steve Kehela as:
- Monstar Blanko, he becomes big and tall after stealing the talent from Shawn Bradley.
- Frank Welker as Charles the Dog, Michael's pet bulldog who menaces Bugs and Daffy when they arrive at Michael's house.
The film serves the sequel to Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans, which in turn is a sequel to Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, marking as the third Teen Titans Go! movie, and is made as a way to promote Space Jam: A New Legacy. The film is done in the style of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Peter Rida Michail, who co-directed the first Teen Titans Go! movie, returned to direct the third film.
The movie was met with mixed reviews from critics and audiences.
- Maslin, Janet (November 15, 1996). "Icons Meet: Bugs, Daffy And Jordan". The New York Times. Retrieved September 12, 2010.
- Liu, Narayan (May 27, 2021). "Cartoon Network Goes Meta with Teen Titans Go! See Space Jam Movie". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved May 27, 2021.
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